If you follow me on Instagram, you’ve probably already seen this vintage 1960s ceiling lamp. We found it in a dusty corner of a junk shop on our first mid-century modern furniture hunting expedition, and it inspired the design of our small space living dining room. A Reclaimed 1960s Ceiling Lamp It was filthy, cracked, and in need… Continue Reading
Earlier this week, Robert and I made the executive decision not to have a Christmas tree. This past month has been hectic for both of us work-wise, then we were away at the Hamburg Christmas Markets, and when we finally got around to thinking about a tree, it was cold, rainy and windy, and we… Continue Reading
Just because I seem all sorts of fancy these days doesn’t mean I’ve lost my love of secondhand treasure hunting. Scoring an awesome thrift shop deal will always excite me far more than a new designer something or other :) Fabulous finds are tougher to come by in Aarhus where there are more people shopping,… Continue Reading
Don’t let Little Edie fool you, I haven’t abandoned my thrifty ways. It’s actually my thrifty ways that have brought me to the point where it’s possible for me to see, fall in love with, and buy something like Little Edie without a second thought. Depending on the situation, Robert and I say, “look after… Continue Reading
I’m of the opinion that a lady can never have too many dresses, or too many coats. The coat bit is especially true when the lady lives in Denmark, where coats are practically a year round necessity. To me, the right coat is as important as the right shoes! I have no tolerance for ugly… Continue Reading
style=”text-align: center;”>Fabulously retro. Barely worn. My size. The universe sent exactly what I needed :)Kismit.
I haven’t the slightest idea how or when I’m going to wear this… But for 25 kr. (less than $4), how could I not adopt it?